Remote Learning Guide

DPS Plans for Full In-person Learning for the 2021-22 School Year 

As DPS heads into the final weeks of school before summer break, we wanted to provide an update on our plans for the fall and next steps for our families. 

DPS recently shared plans for a full return to in-person learning for all students in all grades next fall, as well as the option to enroll in the centrally run remote learning option for families who want it. As we plan for the 2021-22 school year, we’re optimistic that classrooms will look a lot more like they did prior to the pandemic, and we can’t wait to welcome all our students back into our school building for full days of learning next year! 

As we’ve learned, there is no substitute for face-to-face instruction. And we’ve seen that, for most students, in-person time spent with friends, teachers and school-support staff results in a much richer learning experience. We believe children learn best from interactive and hands-on experiences with the support of our caring Bradley educators — which is why we recommend this option for the majority of our kids.

Families whose students will be returning to full-time, in-person learning next year do not need to take any action, and their students will automatically be enrolled in in-person learning at Bradley for the 2021-22 school year. 

Families who would like to enroll their student in the centrally run remote-learning program for the entirety of the 2021-22 school year should complete the Learning Option Selection form on the Parent Portal, or call the school’s front office, between May 10 and June 4 – or fill out the remote learning option form and return to the main office before June 4th (Learning Option Selection for 21-22 and in Spanish Learning Option Selection for 21-22). Please note that students will not receive instruction from Bradley’s teachers during the year that they are enrolled in the centrally run online program. They will, however, keep their spot at Bradley for the 2022-23 school year.

For more information, please review a detailed FAQ about what next year will look like for both in-person and remote learning, as well as the latest updates about vaccines.

If you have questions, please call the front office at 720-424-9468. You can also call the DPS Family And Community Engagement (FACE) Helpline at 720-423-3054, or email


Essential Tools for Remote Learning

Essential Technology Information for Families
How to use a DPS Hotspot (Internet Access)
How to log in to your DPS Computer
How to use your DPS Computer
Seesaw Parent Guide (Grades K-5)

Learning Management Systems

lease access the resources to see how to access Seesaw and Schoology.

Seesaw (K-5)

Computer Basics

Please click on the topics below to access resources to login, troubleshooting the chromebook and how to use the Chrome Browser.

Hands-On Learning at Home

Please click on the links for ideas, resources, and projects, as well as screen-free options, that you can do at home.

Everything Google

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How to use…

Online Tools in the Classroom

Digital Citizenship

Please click on the topics below for resources that support our students being good digital citizens in the classroom and through Remote Learning.

Common Sense Education Videos

Parent Resources for Digital Citizenship